Fix Your Teeth to Have a Perfect Smile Curve
When you have a disagreement with a friend, remember that a smile is a curve that sets everything straight. It is difficult to remain angry with someone who is smiling at you, but if they have crooked teeth, then the smile is not as attractive. However, an orthodontist can provide an examination of a child, teenager or adult to fix a smile in order to give them a perfect curve again. If you have serious malocclusions of your teeth, then metal or ceramic braces are necessary to repair the problems. For mild to moderate misalignments of your teeth, you are able to wear Invisalign aligners instead.
Undergo a Modern Examination From an Orthodontist
Braces are worn by adults, teenagers and children for several years to reduce the wide gaps between their teeth while Invisalign treatment requires one year or less. An evaluation from an orthodontist is the only way to determine if aligners or braces are more appropriate for you. Today, orthodontic facilities have three-dimensional imaging equipment that is designed to predict how your teeth will shift into correct positions with a variety of treatments. In addition to learning how your teeth will look, this computer software can determine how long a treatment will require.
Contact Gluck Orthodontics to Learn More About Orthodontic Treatments.
At Gluck Orthodontics in Nashville, Tenn., you can undergo a professional examination from one of two orthodontists. Drs. Joel and Jonathan Gluck.
With modern technology, they can determine how to create an individualised curving smile that is perfect for you or your child’s facial structure. To have a beautiful smile faster, you can also request an AcceleDent device that helps to move teeth into correct positions faster with 20-minutes of use each day. To schedule an appointment at Gluck Orthodontics, call us at 615-269-5903.
2002 Richard Jones Road
Suite A-200 Nashville
Phone: 615 269 5903
A Smile Is a Curve That Sets Everything Straight
Dr. Joel Gluck has practiced orthodontics since 1983 when he opened his own office in Nashville. He earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, and his dental degree at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Gluck then completed an orthodontic specialty residency at the University of Michigan, one of the top five orthodontic training residencies in the country. He also wrote an original thesis and received a Master of Science degree.